Keeper

by Ingrid Segring Björklund Sweden

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The shield door is made of untreated iron and the body is made of untreated pine wood.
Dimension LxWxH (cm): 30x30x38
Unique Pieces Material : Iron, Pine wood
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“Keeper” is a small cabinet made of pine wood and iron. With inspiration from folklore, a rune stone, or someone hiding behind a shield, it was created with the thought of a piece of furniture that guards with its own will and spirit.

It is almost not letting you put your belongings in it, refusing to collaborate with the concept of possessing. Or perhaps guarding something very precious.

Björklund forged the shield/door by hand and wanted it to have a texture similar to a stone, yet shining.

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Weight 9 kg
Dimensions 35 × 35 × 40 cm
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About the designer


Ingrid is an artist and designer based in Stockholm. She works primarily with reliefs and sculptural furniture in wood and with graphite drawing and oil painting. In her practice she puts great value in the presence with material processing and technical execution, as well as the conceptual thought behind the piece. The concept often concern cultural shifts and societal criticism, but carried out using mystique, narratives and the almost familiar.

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